XO Festival With T. I., Ludacris & Diplomats Cancelled
So many red flags.
Plug in a new festival that was scheduled to take place in Antioch, California, between July 13-15, suddenly, has been carried out with some strange circumstances surrounding it.
XO Festival was set to start this week with multiple stages for the celebrity hosts, music and comedy. It also assumes that you have food and beverages from local suppliers in the Bay Area. But several reports have confirmed that the artists and comedians who were billed to perform that has not been paid, or never confirmed, according to KQED. As a result, other acts pulled its participation.
Almost written my name correctly in this comedy festival I'm not doing! I'm going to be on the road next week. https://t.co/bGfIxlBHK8
— Paco Romane (@pacoromane) 8 July 2018
In a statement on its website, the festival organizers wrote, "we deeply regret having to announce that, due to the headquarters of the cancellation of the XO Festival of Music of today, and in part due to the fact that there were some negative reports of the media targeting us, with which we are in total disagreement. The XO Music Festival scheduled to occur on July 13-15 will be postponed for another time to be announced at a future date." KQED also writes that in an already-released statement, the festival said that it was canceled due to low ticket sales.
The local police also made a statement through its Facebook page.
On the 10th of July, there were no signs of a festival is to be prepared in the Contra Costa Event grounds of the Park, according to KQED.
Organizer of the Festival Habibullah Said Qadir is also, according to reports, on bail after being arrested on multiple identity theft and fraud offences February, according to FOX KTVU.
According to the Fremont Police, Qadir and his brother, deceived, to the landowners of $120,000 in non-payment of rent and damages for three years with the participation of three high-end properties.
The festival was also forced to c